Before ruling on whether to release publicly some 2,000 pages of documents from the case of a boy who disappeared in 1988, a judge plans to review them himself. On Tuesday, Leavenworth County District Court Judge David King ordered that the documents be handed over to him, according to attorney Max Kautsch, who filed a lawsuit on behalf of Randy Leach’s parents to compel disclosure of the documents. Kautsch said the number of pages discussed was around 2,000.
Three men allegedly attacked a University of Kansas student walking on campus late Friday night and stole not his backpack, phone or money but "his Hot Box cookies,” according to information from KU police. Two cookies — which the victim was carrying in a box — were stolen, said Deputy Chief James Anguiano of the KU Office of Public Safety. He said the cookies were valued at $5.
For at least the third time this year, someone reportedly held up the Taco Bell at 1220 W. Sixth St. in the early-morning hours. About 7:20 a.m. Saturday, officers were dispatched to the restaurant on a report of a robbery that had just occurred, Lawrence police Sgt. Amy Rhoads said, in an email. A man with a gun entered the business, demanded money from the two employees inside and escaped on foot with an undisclosed amount, Rhoads said. She said no injuries were reported.
Testimony in Lawrence Motel 6 murder case:
9 guys in room "chilling," watching football, passing liquor bottles, sharing a blunt. Plan was to go to the strip club.
Then 4 of the men started shooting.
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Selecting a term
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